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Feeling Bullied, But Not Sure

If you’re bullied at work but unsure about how to respond, questioning your reaction, or wondering whether you should do anything about it, talk with a counselor or visit your EAP. This intermediary step can help you get clarity so you can follow the procedures your organization wants you to take. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control reports that bullied employees have mental health costs twice that of non-bullied employees. That’s a strong business case for employers, who are now taking a stronger stance on workplace bullying and interventions. Don’t suffer in silence. Use resources that can help you get the positive workplace you deserve.

Source: https://journals.lww.com/joem [search "mental health bullying"]

The Life-Work Connections Employee Assistance Program is brought to you by Well-U, helping eligible individuals to assess issues, and provide short-term counseling and referrals.

Keith Stein | 7/11/2019

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